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• ...material published elsewhere may legally be posted to the SEG Wiki, and a discussion could shed light on the reality. If you think the situation requires more d
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• ...the same as the constant vector $w_j$ defined in the previous discussion. This
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• discussion of these conventions.
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• As in the previous discussion, we deform the contour of integration to create a real-valued integral alo
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• ...aul A. M. Dirac, but the necessity of such an object was alluded to in the discussion of
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• ...a frame of reference. Restrictions on meaning sometimes are contained in a discussion which follows rather than being incorporated into the definition itself. Te
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• Denham, L. R. and Palmeira, R. A. R., 1984, Discussion on reflection and transmission of plane compressional waves: Geophysics, 49
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• ...y:time-distance_curve_(T-X_curve)|''time-distance curves'']] (q.v.). For a discussion of the factors affecting seismic velocity, see Sheriff and Geldart (1995, 1
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• Carl wandered out to participate in the discussion (as he was
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• In this period he had the opportunity to experience a discussion on Alfred Wegener's theory of continental drift, where a famous geologist s
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• *{{cite journal|last1=Anstey|first1=Nigel|title=Stack‐array discussion continues|journal=The Leading Edge|volume=8|issue=3|year=1989|pages=24–31
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• ...since his papers were always sufficiently controversial to elicit critical discussion. He introduced many novel features in his papers which added to their inter discussion. He introduced many novel features in his papers which added to
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• raising awareness to in-depth discussion. Other societies—like SPE
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• ...larger the field required, and one soon gets to a point of no return. For discussion purposes let us first define an "elephant" as a 100 million-barrel oil or g
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• ...icists, publishing numerous papers during this time and participated in in discussion groups and supported SEG by his contributions to several other committees.
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• Dave is currently an associate professor of geophysics at Mines, but no discussion of Dave can be considered complete without mention of the support he has re
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• ...e founding of Hampson-Russell Software Services Ltd. in 1987. I remember a discussion about the company name. There was a suggestion that it was too long. But Da
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• ...nd who can be counted on to contribute more than his share of ideas to any discussion.
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• ...ts to the few inadequate sentences written here, but even several pages of discussion of these alone would leave unsaid something very important: Lucien's intell
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• ...e research originator. In 1965 Norman was already an expert in stimulating discussion, a unique quality that has since been evidenced numerous times at SEG techn ...e interest and attention to this important topic and have promoted healthy discussion from which the geophysical profession must ultimately gain. It is only rece
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• ...example, while teaching a graduate geophysics class, he began an animated discussion of Viktor E. Frankl’s foundational text Man’s Search for Meaning. Stude
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• ...ation to exploration geophysics through insightful and inclusive technical discussion.
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• ...intained. It’s common for Mike to enjoy a leisurely dinner and technical discussion with his course participants and then to work to 3 a.m. preparing notes for
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• mainstream geophysics, prior to a discussion with Don
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• ...utions of geophysicists of the past and present. The SEG Wiki adds to this discussion and helps provide many of these answers.
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• the project under discussion. Survived by his wife, two daughters, and a son,
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• ...to make suggestions and use the [[Talk:Wikithon_2014_at_SEG_Annual_Meeting|discussion tab]] within this page to define what YOU would like to learn during the 20
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• ...material published elsewhere may legally be posted to the SEG Wiki, and a discussion could shed light on the reality. If you think the situation requires more d
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• ...minimum-phase spectrum from a given amplitude spectrum is included in the discussion on [[Mathematical foundation of deconvolution#B.4 Frequency-domain deconvol
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• ...e and (c) gentle slope help eliminate the ripples. Refer to the text for a discussion of corner frequencies A, B, C, and D.
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• ...h 12-Hz frequency, but with dips that vary from 0 to 15 ms/trace. From the discussion on [[the 1-D Fourier transform]], we know about frequency, particularly ''t To continue this discussion, we will map these sections to the plane of temporal frequency versus spati
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• ...…). Finally, a mixed-phase wavelet does not have a stable inverse. This discussion leads us to assumption 7.
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• From the discussion so far, we see that the spiking deconvolution operator is the inverse of th The following concise discussion of optimum Wiener filters is based on <ref name=ch02r15>Robinson and Treite
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• ...meeting is typically a 20 minute presentation followed by 20-30 minutes of discussion. The upcoming location, topic and speaker is announced approximately 2-3 w
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• ...iffractions off the edges of reflector ''CD'' are excluded to simplify the discussion.
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• What was determined from a physical point of view in the preceding discussion can be rigorously described by the integral solution to the scalar wave equ
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• ...ng implicit and explicit schemes. In this section, we shall include in our discussion the 15-degree finite-difference algorithm because of its historical signifi
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• We now return to the more mathematical discussion and consider the stratified earth with a velocity ''v''(''z''). Since we ha
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• ...e and (c) gentle slope help eliminate the ripples. Refer to the text for a discussion of corner frequencies A, B, C, and D.]]
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• ...additional spatial extent that is required by [[migration]]. (Refer to the discussion on Figure 4.1-1.) This is especially important in 3-D surveys in which the
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• The preceding discussion was based on a constant-velocity assumption. To be of practical use, DMO mu
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• ...nd multiple attenuation#F.4 Free-surface multiple attenuation|mathematical discussion]].
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• ...s down from left to right (see, for instance, crossline X-200). Recall the discussion on [[migration and line length]] ([[further aspects of migration in practic
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• ...nsions: Geophysics, 43, 49–76.</ref> who provides a detailed theoretical discussion on 3-D [[Kirchhoff migration]] with some [[field data examples]].
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• ...such, it implies earth modeling in depth. We shall therefore refer to the discussion on [[time-to-depth conversion]] and calibration of the results of depth con
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• We continue our discussion with the salt diapir model data. Figure 8.2-6 shows time and depth [[migrat
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• We shall extend the discussion on shot-geophone migration by comparing prestack depth [[migration]] with p We now complete our discussion on shot-geophone migration by examining the effect of missing data on imagi
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• ...ex overburden above horizon 8. See [[2-D poststack depth migration]] for a discussion on image rays.
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• A comprehensive mathematical discussion on image-ray tracing is given by Hubral and Krey <ref name=ch09r12>Hubral a
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• ...formance of the method with [[model experiments]]. We shall complement the discussion on tomography with a field data example.
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• ...zons H2-H6b, one layer at a time, starting at the top. For the sake of the discussion here, assume that the velocity-depth model for the first ''n'' − 1 layers
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• This chapter ends with a brief discussion on [[Dictionary:Anisotropy|anisotropy]]. While exploration seismology at la
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• To facilitate the forthcoming discussion on the link between elastic waves and rock properties, first, we summarize
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• We shall end the discussion on this case study by comparing the results of the three inversion procedur
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• From the above discussion, we see that peak-to-peak time measurements and amplitude information can a
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• The following discussion on [[reflection and refraction]] of seismic waves is based on flat layer bo
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• In the foregoing discussion, a normal-incident compressional plane wave was considered. If the same com
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• We shall confine the discussion on anisotropy primarily to the practical case of ''P''-wave propagation in
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• From the discussion on the convolutional model of a seismic trace in [[the convolutional model]
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• ...ly by students but also by our professors, which often results in a lively discussion. ...g a brief summary of the paper is given, then the paper is discussed. This discussion may include unfamiliar jargon and terminology to the concepts and the inten
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• * April 7, 2017 | SEG Wavelets WNC Panel Discussion | University of Houston | SR1, room 223
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• ...guished visitors come through Perth, we try to arrange a semi-private talk/discussion with the student chapter. <br>
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• ...al:Contributions/BD2412|c]])</small>; see [[Talk:Energy systems#reqmovetag|discussion]]<noinclude>{{Wikipedia:Article alerts/Last update}} {{Wikipedia:Article al
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• ...an be one or the other, but not both (zero crossings are omitted from this discussion). If the waveform onset type does vary, as in this example, the unconformit
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• * Developing creativity of members by doing discussion to optimize the implementation of workplans. ...n Lampung. We facilitate for olympiad in the text test, practical test and discussion session. Also giving interest in studying earth science and the availabilit
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• ...rom burial depth or modeling lithologic rather than fluid changes. See the discussion on training data in Avseth et al., p. 126.<ref>Avseth, P., T. Mukerji, and
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• ...ater well contamination), use of groundwater, and groundwater measurement, discussion of groundwater and the water cycle, and links to USGS Groundwater data. ...ry and water quality), statistics on surface water use by various sectors, discussion of surface water and the water cycle, measuring surface water, links to sur
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• ...r plants, locations of geothermal energy, geothermal heat pumps, and brief discussion of geothermal energy and the environment.
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• :A basic discussion of the five commonly used renewable energy sources (biomass, hydropower, ge
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• ...neral"; discussion of why rare earth elements are "critical" minerals; and discussion of critical minerals that are not REE :A precise definition of rare earth elements (REEs) and in-depth discussion of how common REEs are, worldwide REE production, and current REE productio
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• ...s that can cause landslides, brief overview of where landslides occur, and discussion of why it is important to study landslides.
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• :In-depth discussion of tsunamis, their causes, and tsunami preparedness for a non-expert audien
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• == Discussion ==
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• ...8 000 in 1987; four geophysical sessions were offered plus a special panel discussion, "Seismic imaging of salt". The first EAEG-SEG joint research workshop unde ...James R. Wait elected president of the newly organized Ottawa Geophysical Discussion Club ... T. O. Hall elected president of General Geophysical Co. ... [[Wilf
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• ...revised edition of “The Origin of Continents and Oceans” appeared, and discussion began on his theory of continental drift, first in the German language area
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• ...t took place in Halliburton Training Center in Cairo. The visit included a discussion about drilling, in addition to an illustration of drilling tools.
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• To facilitate the discussion of data processing in practice, several processing "levels" were first defi
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• ...troduction. After viewing posters, all sessions reconvened for a panel-led discussion.
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• ...ciated wave propagator with run-time code generation. While we limited our discussion to the constant density acoustic wave equation, Devito is capable of handli
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• ...y:time-distance_curve_(T-X_curve)|''time-distance curves'']] (q.v.). For a discussion of the factors affecting seismic velocity, see Sheriff and Geldart (1995, 1
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• discussion of these conventions.
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• Presentations were given by industry experts in these areas and discussion sessions with the objective of building a bridge between the seismic model ...oir Model (Cory Hoelting, Session Chair). This session included papers and discussion on how seismic uncertainties are taken into account when building P10, P50,
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• ...ere was a strong emphasis on discussion and debate, facilitated by keynote discussion leaders, experts, academics, and practitioners.
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• ...oughout the workshop. Oral presentations complemented the poster sessions. Discussion sessions were lively and wide-ranging: the proportion of delegates that act
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• This workshop invited participants to contribute to the discussion of the status and prospects for the technique of FWI, and the current steps The workshop featured a mix of oral and poster presentations as well as discussion sessions.
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• ...ging, inversion, and interpretation. The workshop format emphasized active discussion and participation, and welcomed a forward-looking exchange of ideas as well ...nizers were eager to learn about successes, they also encouraged an honest discussion on failures. For this reason, the workshop included a closed-door session o
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• ...d seating to balance the presence of all the different players within each discussion group: geologists, geophysicists, petroleum and environmental engineers. Ch
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• As in the previous discussion, we deform the contour of integration to create a real-valued integral alo
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• ...describes the physical properties of the earth). Matt Hall kicked off the discussion of inversions in ''The Leading Edge'' in his [[Linear inversion|Linear Inve ...g., on the smoothness); these are knobs for another tutorial, and there is discussion in Oldenburg and Li (2005).<ref name=oldenburg />
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• There are a variety of coherence methods. A more detailed discussion of these methods can be found [[Semblance,_coherence,_and_other_discontinui
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• ...aul A. M. Dirac, but the necessity of such an object was alluded to in the discussion of
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• ...the same as the constant vector $w_j$ defined in the previous discussion. This
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• ...pter has achieved its biggest and largest feat so far. From being merely a discussion in our SEG team to being executed in over 24 schools of Uttarakhand, intera
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• ...ent of FWI and what steps can be taken to ameliorate those challenges. The discussion should shed light on the question of when FWI can add value and what impact
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• ...rried out by giving a presentation on the field of geophysical science and discussion at the end of the event to increase the critical thinking of each problem,
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• This forum provided an open discussion on unconventional reservoirs with particular emphasis on shale gas developm
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• Panel Discussion – Session VII<br />
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• This forum provided an open discussion on carbonate reservoir characterization and monitoring.
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• The 5-day meeting in Beijing, China focused on an informal discussion of the geological, geophysical and engineering challenges in the developmen
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• The 4-day meeting in Boston, USA occured in an informal discussion-filled setting where presentations were short and participants could probe
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• ...an informal setting with both poster and oral sessions with ample time for discussion.
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• ...hat are your society’s PD lessons learnt/conclusions and areas of future discussion?
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• ...International Conference Center from 7 to 10 November, 2011. The topic of discussion at the Conference was "Geophysical applications in complex near-surface and
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• ...ples of subsurface features examined through aberrancy and a more advanced discussion behind the theory and value of this attribute are displayed and discussed i
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• * Basecamp discussion Board
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• ...ivities such as student’s oral and poster presentations, keynotes, panel discussion and variety of workshops.
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• ..., leave a note in the [[Talk:Spanish_translation_volunteer_-_Marathon_Week|Discussion tab of this page]].
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• * '''Geosabha:-''' A group discussion event on topics strictly from the vast field of Geoscience aimed to provide
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• For discussion of [[reinforcement depth in marine recording]], see problem 3.5. The ghost
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• ...4.16. Apparent velocity is defined in problem 4.2d. See problem 8.6 for a discussion of array response. Note that the ''array length'', $n\Delta x$,
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• [See Sheriff and Geldart, 1995, section 15.5.3 for a discussion of $z$-transforms.]
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• ...iginal wavelet using the inverse filter $1/(1+Rz^{n})$ [see the discussion of equation (9.17a)] Following the discussion in problem 9.17, we write
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• ...for Euler’s formulas and Sheriff and Geldart, 1995, section 15.1.5 for a discussion of complex functions). The quantities $h(t)$ and $g_{\bot}( 12 KB (1,724 words) - 10:17, 16 July 2019 • See problem 10.5 for a discussion of types and evidences of [[faulting]]. For definitions of geological terms 7 KB (977 words) - 13:29, 30 July 2019 • Based on our previous discussion we ignore the displacements of segments [itex]E$ and $F$ a
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• ...d 2018 to gather geoscientists in Southeast Asia for academic and industry discussion and to cultivate the geophysical mindset in Singapore. She helped start and
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• ...isplay the output in 1D, 2D or 3D, and through time. Most of the following discussion and examples obtain to 3D modeling; if the time dimension is included, the
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• ...re teams were assigned a country to which they will be representatives and discussion on a topic of Global importance pertaining to Oil and Gas Industry were hel ...inds for a brainstorming session - Vaartalap on 22 May 2020. In this Group discussion based event, participants were to shed light on the topic that was given on
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• ...lace where the members could enhance their English skills by doing a group discussion and sharing their perspectives on any topic using English.
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• ...l]] (not [[Dictionary:Polar anisotropy|polar]] ) anisotropy. Hence further discussion is necessary, with a complication due to the occurrence of normal-incidence
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• ...orbit was not known as accurately as it is today, so for the sake of this discussion, we use the modern figure of 300,000,000 km.
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• ...of stress and displacement. However, see the discussion of a more accurate discussion of subsurface heterogeneity on the [[Equation of Motion]] page.
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• ...ly and August. It was also a platform for the dissemination, promotion and discussion of scientific research linked to exploration, prospecting, strategies and u
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• ...l:MyLanguage/frequency|frequency]] is $\omega$, which for this discussion, we take to be an intrinsically positive number. The cyclical [[Special:MyL
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• ...ial:MyLanguage/minimum delay|minimum delay]] and maximum delay. A thorough discussion of these concepts is given in Chapter 7. A wavelet is said to be a ''minimu
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• ...m delay and its relationship to feedback. At this point, let us expand our discussion about minimum delay and its relationship to feedback systems. For example,
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• ...tween time-domain and frequency-domain filtering. Before doing so, a brief discussion of simple harmonic motion is in order.
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• Our present discussion has been concerned primarily with the underlying principles of digital filt
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• Recall our discussion in Chapter 4, in which we mentioned the three types of wavelets: ''causal''
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• ...on to determine the system’s frequency function. Now we will extend this discussion and give more applications. The time functions in question will be [[Specia
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• ...ve different conventions with respect to the ''z''-transform (see also the discussion in Chapter 6). Let $h_0, h_{{\rm l}}, h_{2}, \dots$ be the impul
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• ...In a 3D earth, the waves travel in all directions, but to keep the present discussion simple, we consider the case of only vertically upgoing waves and verticall
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• ...iplies the amplitude spectrum of the signal by a constant factor. For this discussion, let us assume that all phase-shift systems are normalized.
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• For further discussion, see Robinson (1954<ref name=ch10r18>Robinson, E. A., 1954, Predictive deco
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• In [[:Category:Wavelet Processing - Chapter 9|Chapter 9]], in our discussion of equations {{EquationNote|28}} and {{EquationNote|29}} of that chapter, w
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• 13. Comment on the following discussion dealing with delay and reverberations in music and with equivalent phenomen ...ency bands is not as useful as is seismic wavelet analysis. As a matter of discussion, do you think that EEG signals might also benefit from wavelet analysis?
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• ...into minimum and maximum phase components: Geophysics, '''55''', 897-901. Discussion and reply: 1993, Geophysics, '''58''', 1207-1213.</ref>; Ford (1978)<ref na
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• For this discussion, we consider the boundary condition of an unbounded medium. In this case th
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• ...orbit was not known as accurately as it is today, so for the sake of this discussion, we use the modern figure of 300,000,000 km.
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• ...orbit was not known as accurately as it is today, so for the sake of this discussion, we use the modern figure of 300,000,000 km.
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• ...l:MyLanguage/frequency|frequency]] is $\omega$, which for this discussion, we take to be an intrinsically positive number. The cyclical [[Special:MyL
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• ...l:MyLanguage/frequency|frequency]] is $\omega$, which for this discussion, we take to be an intrinsically positive number. The cyclical [[Special:MyL
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• ...ial:MyLanguage/minimum delay|minimum delay]] and maximum delay. A thorough discussion of these concepts is given in Chapter 7. A wavelet is said to be a ''minimu
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• ...ial:MyLanguage/minimum delay|minimum delay]] and maximum delay. A thorough discussion of these concepts is given in Chapter 7. A wavelet is said to be a ''minimu
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• ...m delay and its relationship to feedback. At this point, let us expand our discussion about minimum delay and its relationship to feedback systems. For example,
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• ...m delay and its relationship to feedback. At this point, let us expand our discussion about minimum delay and its relationship to feedback systems. For example,
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• ...tween time-domain and frequency-domain filtering. Before doing so, a brief discussion of simple harmonic motion is in order.
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• ...tween time-domain and frequency-domain filtering. Before doing so, a brief discussion of simple harmonic motion is in order.
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• Our present discussion has been concerned primarily with the underlying principles of digital filt
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• Our present discussion has been concerned primarily with the underlying principles of digital filt
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• Recall our discussion in Chapter 4, in which we mentioned the three types of wavelets: ''causal''
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• Recall our discussion in Chapter 4, in which we mentioned the three types of wavelets: ''causal''
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• ...on to determine the system’s frequency function. Now we will extend this discussion and give more applications. The time functions in question will be [[Specia
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• ...on to determine the system’s frequency function. Now we will extend this discussion and give more applications. The time functions in question will be [[Specia
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• ...ve different conventions with respect to the ''z''-transform (see also the discussion in Chapter 6). Let $h_0, h_{{\rm l}}, h_{2}, \dots$ be the impul
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• ...ve different conventions with respect to the ''z''-transform (see also the discussion in Chapter 6). Let $h_0, h_{{\rm l}}, h_{2}, \dots$ be the impul
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• ...In a 3D earth, the waves travel in all directions, but to keep the present discussion simple, we consider the case of only vertically upgoing waves and verticall
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• ...In a 3D earth, the waves travel in all directions, but to keep the present discussion simple, we consider the case of only vertically upgoing waves and verticall
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• ...iplies the amplitude spectrum of the signal by a constant factor. For this discussion, let us assume that all phase-shift systems are normalized.
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• ...iplies the amplitude spectrum of the signal by a constant factor. For this discussion, let us assume that all phase-shift systems are normalized.
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• For further discussion, see Robinson (1954<ref name=ch10r18>Robinson, E. A., 1954, Predictive deco
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• For further discussion, see Robinson (1954<ref name=ch10r18>Robinson, E. A., 1954, Predictive deco
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• In [[:Category:Wavelet Processing - Chapter 9|Chapter 9]], in our discussion of equations {{EquationNote|28}} and {{EquationNote|29}} of that chapter, w
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• In [[:Category:Wavelet Processing - Chapter 9|Chapter 9]], in our discussion of equations {{EquationNote|28}} and {{EquationNote|29}} of that chapter, w
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• 13. Comment on the following discussion dealing with delay and reverberations in music and with equivalent phenomen ...ency bands is not as useful as is seismic wavelet analysis. As a matter of discussion, do you think that EEG signals might also benefit from wavelet analysis?
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• 13. Comment on the following discussion dealing with delay and reverberations in music and with equivalent phenomen ...ency bands is not as useful as is seismic wavelet analysis. As a matter of discussion, do you think that EEG signals might also benefit from wavelet analysis?
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• ...into minimum and maximum phase components: Geophysics, '''55''', 897-901. Discussion and reply: 1993, Geophysics, '''58''', 1207-1213.</ref>; Ford (1978)<ref na
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• ...into minimum and maximum phase components: Geophysics, '''55''', 897-901. Discussion and reply: 1993, Geophysics, '''58''', 1207-1213.</ref>; Ford (1978)<ref na
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• ...Jack Dvorkin gave the lecture virtually. We held a meeting to accommodate discussion and a Q&A session.
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